Description: A very tender green elliptoid fruit grown on an evergreen tree. The fruit has a tropical taste reminiscent of pineapple and the white flesh has a gritty texture similar to guava, hence the name Pineapple Guava is often used.
Origin: Central South America (southern Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay)
Grown in: Columbia, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, New Zealand
Harvest & Availability: Feijoa is not widely traded on export markets due to ease of bruising, but supply has been noted from Columbia to Ireland, among others.